This deliverable will consist of two phases, starting with the development of user content verification efficacy models (using a range of machine learning algorithms) which extract user activity attributes in real-time (ethically and autonomously in alignment and adherence to approaches defined in D.3). This user modelling phase will then be followed by a second phase (M14) which will integrate the initial Human-as-trust-sensor efficacy models with the EUNOMIA blockchain (D3.4) to extract historic user content verification records (e.g., performance and activity) to generate an ensemble reputation calculation mechanism. The human-as-a-trust-sensor reputation mechanism will then be embedded as an autonomous software module activated via a verification reporting function in the Digital Companion (D4.3).
This deliverable has two phases (M14, M28): The first will focus on allowing the fusion of information from the reputation mechanism and confidence scores from the content and context data collection and analysis, enhanced by autonomous data extraction using datamining techniques. The information cascade meta-data relating to trust classification will be integrated in line with pubsub protocol standards for efficient on-demand meta-data from the EUNOMIA blockchain (D3.4). Each component will be an embedded trustworthiness scoring software module in the Digital Companion (D4.4). This component will be designed to draw on both components’ output with a developed objective majority-vote algorithm calculated locally on the Digital Companion. The final version will involve the improvements carriers out following the first phase of pilot evaluations with real users.
This deliverable will have two phases: An initial (1st phase; M13) version produced for the first integration prior to pilot phase Alpha, and an updated version (2nd phase; M28) based on the evaluation of this phase. It includes definition of data processing pipeline and development of core processing modules, advancement of core modules and development of a suite of content processing tools, as well as adaptation of tools and packaging of the anonymised data meant for being shared with the scientific community.
This deliverable includes the design of the P2P infrastructure, the EUNOMIA P2P APIs and a first placeholder implementation of the P2P APIs for the remaining EUNOMIA modules to start integration (1st phase; M13). It will include the implementation of the full P2P functionality (2nd phase; M26).
This deliverable includes the design of security and privacy framework. A first phase for integration purpose with a placeholder implementation of the defined security methods will be made available (1st phase; M13). It will include the implementation of the full security and privacy framework for final release (2nd phase; M26).
This deliverable is a prototype implementation of the Web-based APIs and interfaces for subscribing/publishing information and supporting federated server-to-server decentralised social interaction, offered as extensions to the opensource software of Mastodon and Diaspora, enabling the integration of EUNOMIA platform with decentralised online social networks.
This is the first prototype of the digital companion (due date M14 and a final revision M28), in the form of a responsive web app, built using a cross platform development framework and featuring an adaptive interface so that it can be used in different devices including desktop PCs, tablets and mobile devices. The most appropriate framework for the development of the app will be selected, among the most popular (i.e. react, node.js, Kivi). Using a responsive web app as the materialisation method for the first prototype, it will be easy to invite testers, and perform comprehensive prototype validation, while being able to fully implement all features and functionalities of the digital companion such as user association in social media, trustworthiness scoring and the detection of personal information.
This deliverable includes the design of the blockchain infrastructure, the implementation of (1st phase; M13) core blockchain functionality and the revision towards a (2nd phase; M26) full blockchain functionality following pilot phase Alpha.
This deliverable contains all the necessary information to support management of the project, with highlights on the procedures covering, the online collaboration for effective co-operation, project deliverables: production process, ensuring quality, how to store/review monthly reporting of effort and progress and the mechanisms for working effectively on the project. It will also contain the quality assurance.
D2.1 will consist of a concise report detailing the privacy, ethical and social impacts of the EUNOMIA solution and will result in recommendations for technical partners and end users adhering to appropriate regulations and principles. The report will be in three phases – each following the user requirements, development and evaluation phases with delivery date in M5, M18 and M36
A report on the use cases, requirements, and human-related aspects to be covered by the EUNOMIA solution.
This deliverable represents the Interim Progress Report for the project, including also the Societal Impact Report. This document will be submitted to Commission for the purpose of reviewing and evaluating the progress of work in the project. The report will include or reference all deliverables for the reporting period and will be delivered within sixty days after the reporting period.
This deliverable will consist of an intermediate (M18) and final report (M36), documenting the community building activities during the project, by its partners, and a plan for the community’s self-sustainability beyond the project end.
This is the update of the dissemination and communication plan.
This deliverable details the identification of technical requirements and definition of actors/services.
This is the M18 update of the D2.1 deliverable. It will consist of a concise report detailing the privacy, ethical and social impacts of the EUNOMIA solution and will result in recommendations for technical partners and end users adhering to appropriate regulations and principles. This update follows the development phase.
D2.4 will consist of a report on the methodology used for collecting the user requirements and the result of the online interviews with the users.
The Data Management Plan will deliver the data management issues, which are relevant for the EUNOMIA project and will additionally, ensure continuous monitoring. The data management plan will be updated throughout the project.
This is a three-phase deliverable (M3, M16, M36) , where a first coordinated dissemination and communication plan is defined in by M3 (including also the graphics design package of logo, templates etc.) and updated twice throughout the project (M16 and M36). In the form of a report, its primary aim will be to serve as guide to the project partners and key stakeholders, including the dissemination and communication goals, strategy, individual activities involved, and corresponding evaluation against the indicators specified.
D2.2 will consist of a concise report detailing the methodology used, user journeys and social and political considerations involved in users’ practices in verifying information on social media.
This deliverable will report on the outcome of T3.2 and will consist of three sections: the first one, reporting on the functional (coming from the user requirements), and non-functional requirements (related to deployment and operation of EUNOMIA) requirements. The second will contain the platform specifications, and the third architecture defining components, interfaces and protocols, and described the information management model.
EUNOMIA project website will be officially launched in the first three months of project initiation. The website will provide detailed information about the project objectives and activities. The purpose of the website is to promote the project progress and its results throughout the project lifecycle. Moreover, details about the social media presence will be provided. The content of the website will be provided by Consortium Member.
Author(s): Lazaros Toumanidis, Ryan Heartfield, Panagiotis Kasnesis, George Loukas, Charalampos Patrikakis
Published in: E-Democracy – Safeguarding Democracy and Human Rights in the Digital Age - 8th International Conference, e-Democracy 2019, Athens, Greece, December 12-13, 2019, Proceedings, Issue 1111, 2020, Page(s) 196-208
Author(s): Pantelis Agathangelou, Ioannis Katakis
Published in: Proceedings of the 34th ACM/SIGAPP Symposium on Applied Computing, 2019, Page(s) 1051-1053
Author(s): Panagiotis Kasnesis, Ryan Heartfield, Lazaros Toumanidis, Xing Liang, George Loukas, Charalampos Patrikakis
Published in: 2020 IEEE International Conference on Multimedia & Expo Workshops (ICMEW), 2020, Page(s) 1-4
Author(s): Su Anson
Published in: Proceedings of the 6th European Conference on Social Media (ECSM 2019), 2019
Author(s): Diotima Bertel & Julia Himmelsbach
Published in: N.M. Su, V. Kaptelinin, J. Bardzell, S. Bardzell, J. Brubaker, A. Light et al. (Eds.), CHI´19 Workshop: Standing on the Shoulders of Giants: Exploring the Intersection of Philosophy and HCI, 2019, Page(s) 1-5
Author(s): Panagiotis Monachelis, Panagiotis Kasnesis, Charalampos Patrikakis, Xing Liang, Ryan Heartfield, George Loukas, Nelson Escravana, Soulla Louca
Published in: Cutter IT Journal, 2020
Author(s): Dimitrios G. Kogias, Helen C. Leligou, Michael Xevgenis, Maria Polychronaki, Evangelos Katsadouros, George Loukas, Ryan Heartfield, Charalampos Z. Patrikakis
Published in: IT Professional, Issue 21/5, 2019, Page(s) 18-25, ISSN 1520-9202